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Emily Duganne Mar 11
📣 Gizmo of the Week! 📣 Why settle for the same old Pi Day, with old clunky, non-interactive circles? Treat yourself to the finest in circle technology with our free ! Your students will thank you, and your Pi Days will never be the same.
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Kelly Nyzen Jun 24
On July 2, 2019, a total eclipse of not just your ❤️ but also the 🌞 will occur! Prepare for the upcoming eclipse w/ our free .  
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Monika Reed Bell, NBCT May 3
in 1375 BC, the oldest recorded eclipse 🌒 occurred, according to one interpretation of a date inscribed on a clay tablet retrieved from the ancient city of Ugarit - now Syria. Observe the motions of the 🌎,🌙 & ☀️ w/ the 3D Eclipse !
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Julia Fischer 🐠 Jun 24
📢 Gizmo of the Week 📢 Celebrate Tau Day on 6/28 with our Sine Function . The unit circle and the sine curve provide a great visual for exactly why the values repeat every tau (every 2π). Find our Gizmo here!
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ExploreLearning Jul 11
📢Gizmo of the Week📢Summer is a great time to travel, and maybe even visit a new city. In the City Tour , students can explore new (fictitious) cities and learn a little math along the way.
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Mario Junco Jun 10
📢 Gizmo of the Week 📢 Sometimes the most effective science lessons are the simplest. The Diffusion  is a case in point. Students adjust the opening between 2 chambers with gas particles and measure the diffusion. Sign in/up today!
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Nikki Polite May 10
Happy Birthday, Cecilia Helena Payne-Gaposchkin! She is an astronomer who was the first to conclude that hydrogen and helium are the two most common elements in the universe. Discover all the elements w/ our free today!
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Dr. Lisa M Amerson Apr 22
📢 Gizmo of the Week! 📢 Spring is a time of blooming and buzzing. 🐝 Check out our Free-bee Honeybee Hive. Students participate in the life of a bee hive and even learn a wiggle dance to talk to other bees. Sign up today!
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Monika Reed Bell, NBCT Feb 6
⛳️🏌🏽Try to get a hole in one with the Golf Range . Explore the of projectile motion. Adjust the velocity and launch angle of a golf ball. Horizontal and vertical velocity vectors can be displayed, as well as the path of the golf ball.
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